Sermon Notes: Insanity

Hey everyone! I hope you enjoyed your weekend (and extended weekend for some of you). Before I begin the post, I just wanted to acknowledge all of our service members (past and present) that have contributed to our freedom. The selfishness you and your family portray every day will not be forgotten by us. So … Continue reading Sermon Notes: Insanity

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Sermon Notes: Where Did the Time Go?

Sometimes, it can seem as if there are not enough hours in the day. Our to-do list is longer than the 24 hours we are provided, and it can stress us out. However, instead of stressing out or giving up, we need to take a break from our distractions. Consuming too much television or social media can become distractions in our lives, shortchanging us of our time. Read more to find out how I am working to invest in my future, and how you can do the same.

Lessons from Running

Running has a way of clearing your mind and helping you to reflect on the truths of life...well at least for me it does. During my last run, God revealed three words to me that I had been struggling with in life. If you want to find out what they were and how they can help you, continue reading.

Wakanda Forever

Hey everyone! Sorry to keep you waiting for a new post, but I have been engrossed in The Black Panther movie. I'm no Marvel fan, but last year when I saw who was cast in the movie (i.e. bae Michael B. Jordan), I knew I could not miss watching it. Fast forward to its opening week, I … Continue reading Wakanda Forever

Sermon Notes: Power in Words

My favorite television series this year has been Black Mirror. In a time where reality shows and competition shows floods the airwaves, Black Mirror offers a breath of air; each episode creates constructive conversations. In their episode, "Hated in the Nation," I found three lessons on the power of our words. Click here to continue reading more.

Sermon Notes: Start Small, Finish Strong!

In society, we are quick to celebrate major accomplishments and milestones, such as graduations and weddings. However, if we focus too much on that accomplishment or milestone, we will belittle the process of getting to that point. Even more, we will become frustrated when we are not seeing the results we had desired.

My Friend Martin

Hey everyone! In honor of MLK Day, here are 5 Things I Admire about Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His resistance to retaliation in the face of adversity. I believe it is incredible -- that he and many others during the Civil Rights era -- did not fight back while being sprayed with hoses … Continue reading My Friend Martin